Educate.   Empower.   Renew.

Dr. Beasley is the co-founder of this non-profit international project concerned with providing the latest
scientific information on alcoholism and chemical dependency diagnosis, prevention and treatment.  

Dr. Beasley has been a consulting physician, educator, author, international lecturer, and policy advisor to
the Addiction End Program.

During the past thirty years he has lead both inpatient and outpatient biobehavioral treatment teams who
have been responsible for the diagnosis and treatment of more than twenty thousand patients with chemical
dependency and/or acute psychiatric conditions.  

Dr. Beasley has served as a professor and department head at Harvard and Tulane Universities, Dean of the
School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine at Tulane University, Chairman of Planned Parenthood
Federation of America and as a member of the National Commission on Population Growth and the American
Future.

More recently, Dr. Beasley advised on the second printing of the fourth edition of his book, Diagnosing and
Managing Chemical Dependency. This critically acclaimed book for professionals in the addiction fields was
first published in 1990 and was used as a part of the American Medical Association and A.M.A. T.V.
Campaign to educate physicians on substance abuse.  

Dr. Beasley can be reached by email at Addictionend@Aol.com.
Mary P.Cheney is the current Director and the co-founder of the Addiction End Program. Since 1994
she has worked along side Dr. Beasley and has lectured with him at treatment facilities, professional
seminars and conferences.

Mary P. Cheney has provided research and technical assistance to several books and web sites published
by Addiction End and is the currently preparing the second printing of "The Big High" which she co-authored
with Dr. Beasley.

Mary P. Cheney's background is in health care and addictions. Her undergraduate degrees are in Physical
Therapy (A.A.S) and Community Health and Human Services (B.S.) with graduate school training/certificates
in Addiction Studies, Human Resource Management, and Health Care Management.

Mary P. Cheney can be reached by email at Addictionend@Aol.com or Motherchildcorp@Aol.com.
Our Goals:

  • Develop and maintain the following websites to help educate and empower individuals in recovery:


  • Develop tools (including books, power point presentations, and booklets) that can be added as an
    adjunct to any recovery program. These tools will help renew the body, mind, and spirit, support
    the recovery process, and allow the body to repair from the abuse of addictions.

  • Educate the general public, individuals and professionals by providing scientific information on
    addiction in a clear manner.


  • Provide support for individuals facing addiction and their family members, and to help aid
    professionals in the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of addictions.

  • Help overcome the existing ignorance regarding addictions by educating the public on addictions
    and the recovery process.

  • Empower professionals, their patients/clients and their families to understand and help in
    prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of alcohol, drugs, and other addictions.
The Mother and Child Corporation has been a tax-exempt non-profit corporation under section
501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Service code since its inception in 1974.  The Addiction End
Program is developed, maintained and funded by The Mother and Child Corporation, a nonprofit
501(c) (3) corporation. Profits from any product sold on the above-mentioned web sites are used
to fund the Addiction End Program.
Disclaimer: All material on Addictionend.org, Addictionend.com and related programs are provided for educational purposes only. Consult your own
physician regarding the applicability of any opinions or recommendations with respect to your symptoms or medical condition.
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